Shoreham is covered by Gary the Chimney Sweep
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Shoreham-by-Sea draws visitors due to its location by the tidal River Adur, and view of houseboats, and nearby port located near there. The airport is a popular attraction with a history dating back to 1910 and it has been used as a film location. Shoreham Beach, south of the pedestrian bridge, provides a quiet spot to enjoy the English Channel. Individual shops in the main settlement are also a great attraction alongside some good restaurants. Residents take pride and joy in where they live, the architecture is quaint and of interest. The town is also accessible to scenic walks on the South Downs. The Normans first established the town and port at the end of the 11th century, which helped commercial trade boom, thanks to the port. Shoreham-by-Sea continues to be a thriving town today, located between Worthing in West Sussex and Brighton in East Sussex. With the South Downs in the background and nestled by the English Channel, the settlement provides the best of both worlds.
The layout of Shoreham, never mind the beauty of its setting with the sea, port and downlands, to say nothing of the pleasant retail mix, is worth a visit of nothing else. The Shoreham By-Pass if, of course, the main road in the area. There is also the older Upper Shoreham Road, Buckingham Road, Etringham Road, Rosslyn Road, Gordon Road and, across the bridge, Riverside Road, Beach Road and Old Fort Road among others.
Flora and fauna flourish in the pleasant environment of Shoreham-by-Sea and the nearby Shoreham Beach. The River Adur creates a foundation for this buzz in nature and the bridge, which joins the town and beach area, acts as a nice stopping point to pause and observe the wading gulls and birds on the mudflats. The ringed plover in particular nestles its feathers on the shingle and twitchers exalt in watching the chirpy birds breed in the warm season. Dragonflies are another absorbing sight by the river and in the town itself, the pied wagtail seems to have taken up residence. Further afield, on the undulating slopes of the South Downs which face the town from the north, there are an impressive 33 species of butterfly fluttering in meadows. Put this impressive array of live creatures together with the beauty of the woods, chalk escarpments, marsh and reed beds – and it’s easy to see why Shoreham retains an affection among both residents and visitors alike. It’s a bubbling town where the beauty of nature can also be enjoyed to the utmost.
Shoreham Airport, or Brighton City Airport as it has been renamed in recent years, is located by the A27. Fans of the Poriot TV series will have seen the airport used as a backdrop. The sombre Tenko TV series about women prisoners of war in Japan, also used the airport in scenes. Hollywood has also made best use of the facility, notably with Tom Hanks in The Da Vinci Code and The Woman in Gold with Helen Mirren. The airpory is still openly advertised as a film location available for any producers or directors. The building and surroundings are likely to feature in future film sequences.